Today, Lawyer Maurice Ampaw detailed Ghanaians on how the judicial system is been destroyed partly by actions of Ghanaians in response to court verdicts. Lawyer Maurice Ampaw boldly declared that Ghanaians do not know the Chief Justice very well, According to him, if Ghanaians knew the Chief Justice the way he did, they would not ever think of attacking his integrity. He explained that the Chief Justice, Kwesi Anin, is one of the most God fearing, principled and friendly judge. He disclosed that he got to know all these attributes after getting close to the Chief Justice. He revealed that almost all the critics of the Chief Justice are NDC members who felt the Chief Justice was wrong in his verdict in the 2020 election petition. He explained that the haters of former Chief Justice, Atubiga are also NPP members who naturally developed hatred for him when Mahama won the 2012 election petition. He later warned all Ghanaians not to insult the Chief Justice ever again.
"You dare not insult the Chief Justice", Lawyer Maurice Ampaw.
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